Git: Version Control Made Easy
Since its inception, Git has attracted skilled developers due to its robust, powerful, and reliable features. It can be hard at first - there a lot of commands, subcommands, and options that easily confuse newcomers. This course will help you understand what's going on under-the-hood, alongside many practical examples.
Starting with a focused introduction to version control systems, you'll soon delve into the essentials of using Git in the real world. This serves as a base level of coverage which we build upon with detailed explanations of commits, merging, and branching. We then look at the basics of creating a repository on GitHub, using the issue tracker, and forking existing repositories so that you can confidently contribute to other projects. Finally, we'll look at advanced topics like rebasing, tagging different versions of code, and tracking specific diffs in code.
Style and Approach:
This course combines some of the best that Packt has to offer in one complete, curated package. It includes content from the following Packt products:
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|Course Length||3 hours|
|Date Of Publication||23 Dec 2016|